TOTALYTD DAX Function (Time Intelligence)  Context Transition

Evaluates the specified expression over the interval which begins on the first day of the year and ends with the last date in the specified date column after applying specified filters.

Syntax

TOTALYTD ( <Expression>, <Dates> [, <Filter>] [, <YearEndDate>] )
Parameter Attributes Description
Expression

The expression to be evaluated.

Dates

The name of a column containing dates or a one column table containing dates.

Filter Optional

A boolean (True/False) expression or a table expression that defines a filter.

YearEndDate Optional

End of year date.

Return values

Scalar A single value of any type.

A scalar value that represents the Expression evaluated for the Dates in the current year-to-date, given the dates in Dates.

Remarks

The Dates argument can be any of the following:

  • A reference to a date/time column. Only in this case a context transition applies because the column reference is replaced by
  • A table expression that returns a single column of date/time values.
  • A Boolean expression that defines a single-column table of date/time values.

The syntax:

TOTALYTD ( 
    <Expression>, 
    <Dates> 
    [, <Filter>] 
    [, <YearEndDate>]
) 

corresponds to:

CALCULATE ( 
    <Expression>, 
    DATESYTD ( <Dates> [, <YearEndDate>] )
    [, <Filter>]
)

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Last update: Dec 13, 2018   » Contribute   » Show contributors

Contributors: Alberto Ferrari, Marco Russo

MSDN documentation: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/query-bi/dax/totalytd-function-dax

DAX Conventions
Context Transition

This function performs a Context Transition if called in a Row Context. Click to read more.

Row Context

This expression is executed in a Row Context. Click to read more.

Iterator

Not recommended

The use of this function is not recommended. See Remarks and Related functions for alternatives.

Not recommended

The use of this parameter is not recommended.

Deprecated

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Deprecated

This parameter is deprecated and its use is not recommended.

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